Red Roof Inn Columbus East Reynoldsburg
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Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... that I am only allowed to work for the Uni (which isn't a problem). So why do I want a SSN? Well I have my money in a bank here and I am not allowed to have a debit/credit card associated with that account without a SSN (or an ITIN). So I have to get organised and go into the bank to withdraw money. It is really only about convenience - no biggy really. So after that I needed some retail therapy to help dissolve my annoyance of travelling ...
... that their fuel was almost a dollar a gallon cheaper than our final stop.After gassing up, it was back in the air for a 10-minute hop into the Ohio State Airport just outside of Columbus, where we were met by Bob Walters, an old friend from my Honeywell days.Bob took us back to our place for a shower and to drop things off.
After 3 days of camping, the shower felt great, not to mention shaving off the beard. Best of all, though, ...
... that it was made by those same little elves that bake those Keebler cookies.
Speaking of vision… I’m focused on rediscovering the incredibly exciting (NOT) Pennsylvania Turnpike from: (look right) trees, cows, trees, cows (look straight) road, dotted line (counting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – eyes cross), big “Over-Sized Load” trucks, (look up) clouds, (look right) trees, ...
... to add oil to the bike, which was surprising, but the gauge never showed low. A smaller container with 250 mL would be good for a trip like this for that bike.